Anti-White Racism in the News

GalliaWatch, October 8, 2012

Everybody is talking about the admission by Jean-François Copé, general secretary of the UMP and candidate for the chairmanship of the party, that white Frenchmen are victims of anti-white racism. Here is a quote from his statement:

“An anti-white racism is developing in the neighborhoods of our cities where individuals – including some who have French nationality – show contempt for the Frenchmen known as the ‘Gaulois’ on grounds they do not have the same religion, the same skin color or the same origins as they.”

As a result of Copé’s frank admission, Jacques Bompard, mayor of the city of Orange, and deputy (since June 2012) in the National Assembly, addressed Interior Minister Manuel Valls on the subject of anti-white racism in France, during a question-and-answer session in the Assembly on October 2. The video, followed by a translation is below. Notice the stir Bompard creates among the deputies, and the visible disarray of the man in the yellow jacket. Throughout his speech you’ll hear catcalls.:

– One of our colleagues from Seine-et-Marne, Jean-François Copé, denounced publicly the anti-white racism in some of our neighborhoods. His words echo those of Mme Vallaud-Belkacem, government spokesperson, in her book, Raison de plus, in which we find a few courageous and lucid remarks on this form of racism. This is not the view of one party or one line of thought, but covers the whole political spectrum. It is also recognized by sociological studies that say that ten percent of ethnic Frenchmen have experienced racism at least once. A few examples: a couple is visiting a government housing project, they are called “dirty French” and find, on leaving, that their car has a slashed tire; or retired people who, on election day, do not dare leave their home to vote because outside a gang is waiting for them. To give an example that happened this weekend in my district: two young athletes, who were walking along the boundary of a housing project, were attacked because they were not of the same ethnic group as their aggressors. This anti-French racism can also take the form of anti-Western discrimination that targets those who have integrated.

At 1’28” the camera moves in on an attractive brunette in black. This is Moroccan-born Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, minister in charge of women’s affairs and spokesperson for the government.

As an example: in a housing project a woman of Moroccan origin, whose children were insulted, forbidden to participate in games with the other children. Her crime? She is divorced, wears pants, and refuses to wear the veil. They call her a prostitute when she walks by. In a school where almost all the students are foreigners or of foreign origin, the children of mixed couples are ridiculed and treated as “pig eaters”. From all evidence it would appear that the government did not measure the scope of this phenomenon, but it doesn’t…

Note: At this point he is cut off and Interior Minister Valls has the floor:

– Mr. President, Ladies and Gentlemen, Article 225-1 of the Criminal Code punishes any distinction based on origin, on the fact that one belongs or does not belong, whether it be true or assumed, to a specified nation, race or religion. The law is the same for all and will never distinguish between the victims of racism. For us there is no anti-black racism, anti-Maghrebin racism, anti-white racism, there is only racism, racism that we must always combat.

Valls is cheered as he speaks.

In the communiqué below from deputy Bompard, posted at Le Salon Beige, he responds to Manuel Valls:

The press is talking about Mr. Valls’ response to me yesterday during the question-and-answer session with the government. When I asked about anti-white racism, he skirted my question, stating that he was not aware of this racism, or of anti-black racism or of anti-arab-racism, since he did not distinguish between the various forms of racism and that all were equally condemnable.

I would have gladly applauded Manuel Valls if, unfortunately, I had not known that between the declarations and the facts, there is a chasm of lies.

Manuel Valls is, in truth, a Socialist minister within a Socialist government. For thirty years now, the Socialist Party has made denouncing racism its specialty, backed by the association SOS-Racism, founded by Socialists, the first president of which is today the first secretary of the Socialist Party.

Note: That would be Harlem Désir. I wrote briefly about him here.

Now, what does SOS-Racism say even today about anti-white racism? “The first victims of discrimination in our country are persons of immigrant origin”. So the association does make a distinction after all and establishes a hierarchy among the various forms of racism. This simple fact reenforces the meaning of my request for a commission of inquiry into anti-racist associations that receive public money. I remind you that SOS-Racism has fewer than fifty members in all of France, but fifteen of them are permanent salaried employees…

Furthermore, I notice that in order to inflate his response, Mr. Valls opened the catalogue of oratorical effects to the pages entitled “indignation” and “republican values”. That anyone should evoke racism against whites shocks his delicate soul and his unshakeable principles. That anyone should dare question him on this topic constitutes the ultimate impropriety, almost an admission of racism against the other races.

And yet this is the same Manuel Valls who, in 2009 seeing that a market place in his city of Evry only contained merchants who were foreigners or of foreign extraction, exclaimed to a colleague: “What an image of the city! What an image of the city! Give me some white people! Whites! Blancos!”

In conclusion, and since the rules of the National Assembly do not permit me to respond to Manuel Valls, I would like to say this to him. To deny or minimize the racism against ethnic Frenchmen, is to continue to deny the reality of ethnic communitarianism in our country. To affirm, as the Left does, that one must not distinguish between various racisms is, on his part, hypocrisy. I must add that if it is intolerable that an African be a victim of racism in France, it is unbearable that a Frenchman be a victim of racism in his own country and in the indifference of his own government.”

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  • Puggg

    Cope wants to be the leader of the UMP, Sarkozy’s party.  This is all a long game attempt to co-opt FN and MLP.

  • There may be hope for the French yet. Watch:  “A Declaration of War” – From the Youth of France – (With English subtitles)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lb8SLNMIBlM&feature=player_embedded#!

    Déclaration de guerre – Génération Identitaire http://www.generation-identitaire.com/ + http://www.facebook.com/GenerationIdentitaireTranscript:

    From “The Generation of National Identity”| – A Declaration of War
    We are Generation Identitaire.
    We are the generation who get killed for glancing at the wrong person, for refusing someone a cigarette, |or having an “attitude” that annoys someone.
    We are the generation of ethnic fracture, total failure of coexistence,| and forced mixing of the races.
    We are the generation doubly punished:| Condemned to pay into a social system
    so generous with strangers it becomes| unsustainable for our own people.
    Our generation are the victims of the May ’68’ers| who wanted to liberate themselves
    from tradition, from knowledge and authority in education. But they only accomplished to| liberate themselves from their responsibilities.
    We reject your history books to re-gather our memories.
    We no longer believe that “Khader” could ever be our brother, we have stopped believing in a “Global Village” and the “Family of Man”.
    We discovered that we have roots, |ancestry and therefore a future.
    Our heritage is our land, our blood, our identity.We are the heirs to our own future
    We turned off the TV to march the streets.
    We painted our slogans on the walls. Cried through loudspeakers
    for “youth in power” and flew our Lambda flags high.
    The Lambda, painted on proud Spartans’ shields, is our symbol.
    Don’t you understand what this means ? |We will not back down, we will not give in.
    We are sick and tired of your cowardice.
    You are from the years of post-war prosperity,|retirement benefits, S.O.S Racism and
    “diversity”, sexual liberation and a bag of rice from Bernard Kouchner.
    We are 25 percent unemployment,|social debt, multicultural collapse
    and an explosion of anti-white racism.
    We are broken families, and young French soldiers dying in Afghanistan.
    You won’t buy us with a condescending look, a state-paid job of misery and a pat on the shoulder.
    We don’t need your youth-policies. |Youth IS our policy.
    Don’t think this is simply a manifesto.|It is a declaration of war.
    You are of yesterday, we are of tomorrow.We are Generation Identitaire.| http://www.generation-identitaire.com

    • robinbishop34

       This video is featured on theoccidentalobserver.net. Very encouraging to say the least.

    • Tim

      “That was Zen, This is Mao…” Vive  La France!!

    • Invictus_1

       As one proud of his ancient French genetics that trace all the way to the 11th century, I am thrilled with goosebumps.  The Gaulois  (true French) must win or there is no hope for Europe (or perhaps the West).  France has always been the lynchpin of Europe.  I hope my Quebecois cousins are watching.

      • François

         Oui, ami français! Ceux d’entre nous qui sommes conscients; ceux qui saisissent bien quels sont les vrais enjeux (des indépendantistes, pour la grande majorité); ceux parmi nous qui sommes fiers de nos racines, suivons de près ce qui se passe dans la terre de nos ancêtres qui ont bravement traversé l’Atlantique, pour venir implanter leur brillante civilisation ici.

        Le Parti Québécois a récemment repris le pouvoir, ici. Nous pouvons à nouveau espérer…

        Ma famille à moi, est ici depuis le dix-septième siècle, en fait.

        Nous vaincrons!

  • Oil Can Harry

    I don’t know enough about Mr. Cope to declare him a Sarkozy-style charlatan.

    Even if he is, this issue being raised can only be a positive thing. 

    • Svigor

      Yeah, I’ll take charlatans like that 7 days a week, and twice on Sunday.

  • bubo

    You can’t hide from the truth forever.  Glad to see some Europeans waking up.  These slums full of  Muslims and blacks are raising anti-white armies.  They must be dealt with one way or another.  

    • Periapsis

      Yes, they must be exterminated, expelled or both. They are indeed enemy armies that are prepostioned to start massacring white Europeans at the pleasure of hostile racial and religious aliens who hijacked all white nations. They are a threat that sooner or later, must be neutralized.

      • Ron

         Expulsion is what France should aim for. Extermination is dangerous word to use. When you use words like that, the leftist establishment screams “racism and Nazism” towards accurate sites like AR. We need to have a serious discussion about this problem, but talking about “extermination” conjures up images of the “final solution” and I think as enlightened westerners, no one in their right mind would seriously advocate for a new holocaust. The Africans and Muslims need to be repatriated back to their homelands. The only exception are those Arabs who abandon Islam. However all Africans should not be allowed to stay and all Muslims should be humanely sent back to their homeland.

        • François

          «and all Muslims should be humanely sent back to their homeland.»

          But they may not be willing to go back to live there. 

          • Invictus_1

            But it may finally force the arrival of their own “age of reason,” long overdue in the Muslim world. Europe suffered under similar religious oppression for centuries until it was finally mollified.

          • NYB

             When expats return, it usually revitalizes a people.    The Greeks kicked out of Turkey, for example, or the ethnic Germans forced to repatriate to the fatherland after the war.

          • François

             Hmmm…

            I’m not really sure their societies have that kind of potential.

            But, I like your screen name, by the way, Invictus.

        • Svigor

          Indeed, I’d even go so far as to say we should make one serve the other; present Expulsion as the only way to prevent Extermination (of the poor, must-be-looked-after non-Whites at the hands of the rapacious, racist Whites).

      • François

        I think that because of the way they are likely to react if anyone mentions the possibility of deportation, I think we should be ready for armed confrontation. 

        • kjh64

          I have no doubt that these Africans and muslims would put up a huge fight. However, if their group keeps on growing, there is no doubt in the future, there will be armed confronation except that it will be far worse as their numbers will be much bigger.

          • François

             Well, let us put into action the knowledge learnt from the lessons of history. The French should act while they can, before some kind of 21st century Toussaint Louverture emerges from the ghettoes.

          • Beth

            First stop new immigration, then begin deporting anyone with a criminal record, then deport anyone on welfare.  Do it gradually and don’t make a lot of noise about it.

      • anarchyst

        We have to “neutralize” those who put these failed immigration practices into law.  If this means that those of the “tribe” have to be brought to account for their promotion of “multiculturalism”and “diversity” (for US, NOT for themselves), then so be it . . .

        • anarchyst

          The term “neutralize” is used to denote loss of political and cultural power . . .

  • jedsrael

    They will wish they had kept their mouths shut.

    The border guard Diversity Union will open the gates and invite the swarms into France with permission to “go blend that ugly racim out of existence”.

    Whites need to anticipate the costs of our extreme global minoritization.

    • Yes…they will come to the conclusion that there is still “much work to do” and that the only way to combat this hostile racism towards the ‘Gaulois’ will be to let even more third-world muslims into France; all in the name of diveristy….

      • François

         Let,s not forget that the uprising in Haiti was probably successful because the local White population had been in large numbers, affected by yellow fever. Without that factor, it might have been a whole different thing!

  • What they said is French for “Anti-racist is a code word for anti-White.” Don’t let them drop this issue. Keep beating the drums until it is addressed.

  • This “anti-white racism”, coming out of France is subversive, IMO.

    If you say you are fighting “racism” , essentially you are demanding forced integration in all white countries. And correct me if I am wrong, but pro whites don’t want to be force integrated with non-whites, we want our own countries and our own leaders.

    The correct term is ‘anti-white’.

    • Harumphty_Dumpty

      Excellent point.  The R-word, the mighty cudgel of the anti-whites, just drags us into places we don’t want to be if we try to turn the tables and use it ourselves against anti-whites.

      And as you say, we have our own very effective cudgel,  “anti-white.”

      The R-word carries the fundamental lie that racial feeling is a learned pathology rather than an innate human trait that evolved to protect the survival of human groups.

      With occasional exceptions, the only place pro-whites should use the R-word is in the phrase, “Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white.”

      • François

        I prefer the term, racialist, because it doesn’t carry that same lie. 

        • Harumphty_Dumpty

          I don’t like the term “racialist,” because it implies that the person so designated (always a white, person, right?) has a racial consciousness in contrast to all the other humans in the world!

          When actually the person is just aligning himself with all the other humans in the world, except for hypnotized whites!

          “Pro-white” works best for me although I don’t like it either. My favorite is just “white,” when the context makes it clear that I really mean “pro-white.”

          It’s amazing (not really) how upset white anti-whites get, in spite of their passionate assertions that race is meaningless, etc., when you subtly appropriate their precious whiteness unto yourself and other pro-whites alone! Ha ha!

      • JustaWhiteMom

        I agree that the word “racism” has to go.  On the other hand, the term “anti-white racism” is in itself very subversive, because it knocks non-whites off their pedestal.  The whole notion that whites have nothing to fear from minority status in their own countries is a big lie that would not survive honest, accurate reporting of anti-white speech and crime.  That is why we hear nothing of white genocide in South Africa.  If whites see what can happen to them as minorities, they will reject all that “diversity is our strength” claptrap in a heartbeat and the acadegovernmedia knows it.  So while I’d rather they use the term anti-white, anti-white racism is better than silence.

        Also, did you notice that Valls talked about “racism” against white French in their “own country”, ignored by their “own government.”  Now that is truly subversive talk, because it is antimulticulturalist and pro-indigenous!

        • Harumphty_Dumpty

          “…the term ‘anti-white racism’ is in itself very subversive…”

          When poster Bob Gregan III said this slightly differently above, he meant that the phrase “anti-white racism” is subversive to any sound pro-white position because it contains the word “racism,” which leaves us stuck in a tar pit we don’t want to be stuck in, e.g., “If you say you are fighting ‘racism’ , essentially you are demanding forced integration in all white countries.”

          You’re considering the phrase “anti-white racism” to be subversive to the anti-white establishment, but just look at a couple of reactions reported in the article that are already ill effects of that phrasing for our side:

          Interior Minister Valls:
          “The law is the same for all and will never distinguish between the victims of racism. For us there is no anti-black racism, anti-Maghrebin racism, anti-white racism, there is only racism, racism that we must always combat.”

          Deputy Bompard:
          “…if it is intolerable that an African be a victim of racism in France, it is unbearable that a Frenchman be a victim of racism in his own country and in the indifference of his own government.”

          Let’s phrase those two persons’ opposition to each other clearly: 

          “While white genocide by flooding and forced integration/assimilation proceeds, should we protect whites from ‘racism’ or not?”

          • Svigor

             e.g., “If you say you are fighting ‘racism’ , essentially you are demanding forced integration in all white countries.”

            I reject that premise.  It’s racist to demand forced integration in all white countries, ergo, if you’re fighting racism, you’re fighting the demanded forced integration in all white countries.

            You have it backwards, I think.

          • Harumphty_Dumpty

            ” if you’re fighting racism”

            See, you even affirm by your own words all the previous anti-white meanings of the R-word!

        • Svigor

           I call the anti-white racists “racists.”   That’s what they are – what they accuse us of being.  Haters, genocidaires, warmongers.  The anti-white part is fine for extra clarification, but I prefer simply calling them what they are: racists.

          • Harumphty_Dumpty

            “I prefer simply calling them what they are: racists”

            I prefer simply calling them what they are: anti-whites!

          • JustaWhiteMom

            I think that’s a mistake.  The very word “racism” is anti-nationalist, because it carries the implication that it is wrong to discriminate on the basis of race.  However, non-discrimination means the end of us. 

      • Svigor

         I disagree.  I can make “racism” charges stick against libtards, any libtards.  They’re far more racist than I.  Why let them off the hook?

        No, using the word does not imply assent to their agenda, not in the least.  On the contrary, every time you call the regime racist for telling Whites (and only Whites) that they must invite the world into their midst, you redefine the word.

        We should hijack the enemy’s convoys, not protect them.

        • Harumphty_Dumpty

          “…every time you call the regime racist for telling Whites (and only Whites) that they must invite the world into their midst, you redefine the word.”

          Svigor, I very strongly but respectfully disagree. 

          Our using the R-word against anti-whites may extend its definition, but at the same time every such use of the R-word  AFFIRMS that all the anti-white usages the word has been put to are valid!

           The R-word carries into listeners’ ears every single anti-White feeling and idea and thought that has been conjured up and packed into and onto that word by anti-Whites!  Words carry the force they have been pre-loaded with.

          Let’s chase the R-word out of white brains entirely by replacing it with OUR pre-loaded word, “anti-white”!

          The R-word is slowly weakening, so let’s not help to keep it strong!

          • Harumphty_Dumpty

            Svigor, I think you’re not taking into consideration what is the most important consideration of all for us: How do the great majority of white minds process or not process the input they receive?

            What do white minds do with the R-word when they hear it? 

            To a slightly lesser degree, they do the same thing with the R-word that they do with the terms, Nazi, Holocaust, Swastika.

        • Brilliant.  You’ve insulted and perhaps confused them by calling them racist.  Now what?

          Well, both sides agree that there is such a thing as “racism”, and it is a bad thing.

          So what is “racism”?

          Let’s ask a panel, including a Black, a Hispanic, an Asian, and a White woman, for some perspectives.

          We’ll start with the dictionary definition, “belief that races exist, see also white supremacy”

          White woman: Like sexism and every other ism, racism is part of the systematic oppression that Able White Straight Cis Men impose on everyone else, who they hold in contempt.
          Black guy: Racism is when Whitey says we commit more crimes and are less intelligent.  Don’t look at the facts, look me in the eye and tell me that you’re not racist.
          Hispanic guy: Systematic racism is part of the white privilege that allowed the Gringo to build Gringo cities in Aztlan that we are still systematically denied access to.
          Asian guy: Racism is unheard of in Korea.  This is a problem that belongs to Western civilization.

    • Svigor

       I disagree.  They made huge investments in making the “racism” charge into a potent weapon.  I say we turn it against them.

      • Harumphty_Dumpty

        Using the R-word keeps you stuck in an anti-white bog! Leave it and beat them up with the word “anti-white.”

      • When you complain about “racism”, the message you are sending is, you want “equality” and racial desegregation and forced assimilation comes with it. That means you want your white son or daughter, to come home with a “nice” non-white partner.

        Forced racial integration and assimilation, is a necessary component of White Genocide. Without forced racial integration and assimilation, the “anti-racists” White Genocide program is doomed and they know it.

        Anti-racists say,
        Asia for Asians, Africa for Africans, White countries for Everyone.

        That means no White people anywhere.

        They really are just anti-white.

  • The  indigenous French nationalists and working class have always known about “anti-White racism”.  Hell, everybody knew about it, but simply pretended it wasn’t there for the same reason Whites still do it in the US:  to not be called a “racist ” or even worse in Europe a “Nazi”.

    Jean-Marie Le Pen founded the Front National back in 1972 and got it all thrown at him, but it’s finally taken critical mass in most urban areas for the taboo to start losing its potency in French politics.

    What is also happening, is that those millions of French voters with foreign origins (i.e.: Italians, Spaniards, Portuguese, Greeks, etc,) who used to relate to, and support arab immigrants, are now getting a crash course on race.  The old protection of having a foreign background no longer works for them anymore.  Arabs and blacks have taken over the immigration demographics, and they are now getting victimized for being White just as much as the indigenous French.

    See, these hypocrites, like Cope who himself is a full blood Jew, had no problem milking  the immigrant card to get sympathy from both sides.  Now, however, the realities of racial differences are hitting them like a ton of bricks, and it won’t be long until these same sheeples who used to denounce racism start protesting in the street to demand order and security from the government.

    We have our own type here, like Tim Wise, who like to play it both ways but would be the first one to claim his Whiteness if he had to face true diversity on a daily basis.

    Yes, many indigenous Whites in the US and Europe have been traitors by supporting diversity and uncontrolled immigration.  But in all areas, it is undeniable that it has been non-indigenous Whites and a certain tribe who have been the worst offenders simply because they could not deal with the fact that they were not legitimate Natives. 

    That pattern is the same in every single White country and nothing will change until Whites of all backgrounds put their race above everything else.

  • KenelmDigby

    The UMP is full of poopy – basically they are just the socialists-lite.

    The only reason this duplicitous politician is sounding off is to garner votes that have gone to the FN, nothing more, nothing less.
    Guarantee you if he got power he would change absolutely nothing whatsoever.

    • Svigor

      I’d love for America to have an equivalently duplicitous pol running for national office.  Gimme gimme gimme.

      • ATBOTL

        They will when an openly nationalist third party gets 20% of the vote and probably not before then.  

  • Miamibay112033

    So their old colony in the Carribeans on Santa Domingo aka Haiti and the voodoo juju central African black pig massacre in 1801 wasnt enough of a wake up call with 60,000 whites on the island killed and cannabalized?

  • At least the French appear to be waking up a little!

    I was worried they may just full on disappear with barely a whimper like in that tome ‘Camp of the Saints’

  • LHathaway

    “all Africans should not be allowed to stay and all Muslims should be humanely sent back to their homeland”.
    If Algerians can kick the french out of algeria, because of all the evil they brought, why can’t the french kick algerians out of france (despite all the good they’re doing)?

    • François

       The evil they brought? Some of the things they did may have been questionnable, but they brought Algeria into the modern world, no less. And look at what has become of that country since the French made the decision to leave: not so long ago in the 1990s, they had death squads roaming the streets of Alger, at night, cutting the throats of those who they thought had offended Allah! And what about all the women kept illiterate, to follow the way of the Prophet?

      The Algerians are very, very lucky to have petrol; otherwise, they would have the economy of a country like Mali or Kenya.

      • Svigor

         Tongue-in-cheek, amis.

        • François

           Ok, then it’s cool, mon ami. Sorry if I didn’t get it at once.

      • ATBOTL

        Never forget that North Africa was colonized to stop endless piracy and slave raids against Europeans.